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Julie's Cake by maytel Julie's Cake by maytel
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My baby sister, Julie turned 26 --- she's twenty six years old!! It sounds insane to me because I remember naming her when I first met her at the hospital. As far my memory is concerned, I remember basically walking in the door, making a comment about her eyes and telling my parents that her name was Julie. As an adult, I imagine my little 4 year old self being very miss-bossy-pants.

The frosting of this vanilla cake is nothing short of amazing. I don't know why I would ever do a cream cheese frosting any other way now. The chocolate icicles may be too much for some. Half of my family couldn't get enough of it and the other half thought it was too intense.

Recipe here: [link]

grainy picture is grainy :stare:
Edit: *Nameda is the best! she fixed it for me~ yay :la:
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Sgt-Sahara Feb 23, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Making my mouth water :D
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myeyesinthemirror Feb 17, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
this cake gives such great ideas, my hubby and I are going to try and renew our vows next year and i'm thinking that this would be an interesting concept to work with on our cake.
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:iconmaytel:
Oh that's great news!!
Make sure to temper the chocolate if you plan on serving it at room temperature. This one was kept in the fridge because I did not temper it.
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myeyesinthemirror Feb 17, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
I'll try to remember that thank you. :hug: :cake:
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Nameda Feb 11, 2013  Professional General Artist
you have been featured here: [link] have a look and see if you find some new faves there and if you like please fave the journal too so everyone of those featured gets more exposure :)
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Nameda Feb 11, 2013  Professional General Artist
its a pleasure sweetie :)
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how do you get the little squiggly pieces on the side to stand on end like that?
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:iconmaytel:
They are white chocolate piped into a cookie sheet (over parchment), then chilled and transferred to stick on the frosting. I cut the bottoms to look cleaner.
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fafatonk3kusruk Jan 31, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
i like the chocolate decoration :la:
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